CALANDRIA DE PUERTO RICO
Puerto Rican Oriole
Icterus portoricensis
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PUERTO RICAN ENDEMIC AVIFAUNA
LLOROSA DE PUERTO RICO
Puerto Rican Tanager

PÁJARO BOBO MAYOR DE PUERTO RICO
Puerto Rican Lizard Cuckoo

MUCARITO DE PUERTO RICO
Puerto Rican Screech Owl

COTORRA (IGUACA) DE PUERTO RICO
Puerto Rican Parrot

COMEÑAME DE PUERTO RICO
Puerto Rican Bullfinch

MARIQUITA DE PUERTO RICO
Yellow-Shouldered Black Bird

CARPINTERO DE PUERTO RICO
Puerto Rican Woodpecker

REINITA MARIPOSERA
Adelaide´s Warbler

REINITA DE BOSQUE ENANO
Elfin Woods Warbler

REINA MORA DE PUERTO RICO
Puerto Rican Spindalis

SAN PEDRITO DE PUERTO RICO
Puerto Rican Tody

ZUMBADOR VERDE
Green Mango

ZUMBADORCITO DE PUERTO RICO
Puerto Rican Emerald

JUÍ DE PUERTO RICO
Puerto Rican Flycatcher

BIENTEVEO DE PUERTO RICO
Puerto Rican Vireo

GUABAIRO DE PUERTO RICO
Puerto Rican Nightjar

CALANDRIA DE PUERTO RICO
Puerto RIcan Oriole
Immature and adult of the Puerto Rican Oriole - © Hilda Morales-Nieves
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  • New endemic species as per the 51 Supplement to the AOU Check-list of North American
    Birds, 2010.
  • Puerto Rican Oriole was split from the Black-cowled Oriole and is more blacker than the
    races elsewhere in the Anilles.
  • 8 - 8.5 inches
  • adult is black, yellow patch on wing, rump, and underside at the base of the tail
  • immatures olive green
  • Habitat:  forests, forest edges, woodlands, gardens from coast to mid elevations, particularly
    near palms